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    Teenymates football , 2017 edition, real player names

    I googled and found threads from 2012 and 2015 on this forum for teenymates.

    I feel silly enough about cards as a hobby. I feel real silly bringing this up. I have 4 now lol

    09-20-2012, 08:13 PM #9
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    the two things I do not like about them is:
    1) They are not player specific and
    2) Looks like they are all white players (Just sayin' I find that odd)
    well you're in luck. They have players with names and different races lol.

    the years past they would make each edition as the same position for all teams. All QBs one edition, all receivers the next etc.
    you can still get past editions.
    well, this your they put names on them lol.. I mean, its not like that tiny figure looks like the player or anything haaa

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    and here they are in size in relation to McFarlane and SLU and electric football figures lol
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    I have the little blue #10 guy on the left, and the red #30 in the back. They came from a cake at the grocery store.

    Picked up a couple of the Teenymates a few years back. A little Raider, Falcon, Dolphin, and Redskin. While they are cute, (love that little Von), they really are not my thing, and I don't really have a place to store these things.

    I do like to pick up the little Bronco Oyo figures here and there. I can always find storage for another Bronco item.

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    I have the whole set from 2014 with the little stadium display stand...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWinn View Post
    I have the little blue #10 guy on the left, and the red #30 in the back. They came from a cake at the grocery store.

    Picked up a couple of the Teenymates a few years back. A little Raider, Falcon, Dolphin, and Redskin. While they are cute, (love that little Von), they really are not my thing, and I don't really have a place to store these things.

    I do like to pick up the little Bronco Oyo figures here and there. I can always find storage for another Bronco item.
    lol I know,..in color and definition they stand pretty well on their own merit. I ve kept a bunch of player cake ornaments over the years because i intend to paint them to look sort of like the real teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by crzy4phins View Post
    I have the whole set from 2014 with the little stadium display stand...lol

    The Oyo had a Broncos End zone. Field, goal post, extra players.

    I got that…..haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilElliot View Post
    lol I know,..in color and definition they stand pretty well on their own merit. I ve kept a bunch of player cake ornaments over the years because i intend to paint them to look sort of like the real teams

    I always thought they were pretty cool. Got em about ten years ago.

    Went to the store today, and my King Soopers is loaded with Bronco stuff. A huge display as you walk in, and all sorts of fancy cake decorations. Footballs, rings(I have a bunch of those from cupcakes two years ago), and airbrushed images right on the cake. I almost got one just for the stuff on it, thinking about this thread.

    Almost a shame to eat em.

    Also saw the Teeny mates there today in the little toy section (every once in a while, they put a few hangers of cards out), but I passed.

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